Store Manager Ran Out To Give The Thief A Bag Of Money He'd Left Behind
Police in Potomac, Maryland found evidence on surveillance video that led them to suspect that two February robberies at a CVS drugstore were an inside job.
--The robber left the store, and then the store manager ran out into the parking lot after him . . . to give him the BAG of MONEY he'd accidentally LEFT BEHIND.
--Police announced on Thursday that they'd arrested 35-year-old store manager Fenton Graham and his girlfriend's 53-year-old father, Michael Cooke.
--Michael actually performed the robberies, which both occurred while Fenton was working. In the first, Michael pistol-whipped the other employee working at the time and had Fenton tie him up.
--Police arrested Fenton back on February 14th. They tracked down Michael in Las Vegas earlier this month. The girlfriend also got arrested for obstruction.